Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
The unique system captures carbon dioxide and converts it into chemicals that can be used by industry or, someday, in space colonies.
Cornell researchers have developed a highly accurate mathematical approach to predict the behavior of crowds of living creatures.
Early testing has resulted in about 94 percent agreement with traditional methods, with results being generated in a matter of hours instead of weeks.
Technique helps scientists explore a major problem with Li-metal batteries that can cause short-circuiting, even failure.
Strips of graphene with potential applications in quantum computers.
The microscope is able to detect with startling clarity a missing sulfur atom – “a defect in the lattice” – in a 2D material.
Researchers develop a framework to encode mechanical memory in a featureless structure – an elastic shell.
Composite surface has features that can move microparticles, mix droplets, repel biofilms and more.
'HAMR’ can walk on land, swim, and walk underwater.
Though only one nine thousandth of the planet's biomass, humans have an outsized impact on Earth.